I'm reading reports regarding X going into terminals and so called "auditing" the payroll ,time sheets, immigration compliance etc of all contractors operating out of that terminal. Such information is private, confidential and protected by privacy laws. Access to such information is generally limited to law enforcement. DHS, DOJ Treasury,IRS, etc. The question is....do the powers afforded to X by means of it's DOT operating authority include law enforcement? Clearly they are operating in a manner similar to officers of the court with the only exception being the rule of law that would prohibit this type of corporate misbehavior. Unfortunately, today many if not the majority of remaining contractors are so far in debt and so heavily dependent on the proceeds from a favorable liquidation to fund their retirement that as a result they are powerless and unable to offer any type of organized resistance to this inexcusable if not flat out unlawful act . It is because of X's increasingly belligerent and repressive behavior toward contractors is why when I meet someone who tells me that they are a FXG "independent contractor"......I laugh right in their face.